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Abstract

TOTAL FINGER RIDGE COUNT (TFRC) IN 'ABO' BLOOD GROUPS

*Dr. Sharna Moin, Dr. Humaira Naushaba, Dr. A.H.M. Mazharul Islam, Dr. Afroj Zahan and Dr. Omma Hafsa Any

ABSTRACT

Objective: To find the correlation between Total Finger Ridge Count and 'ABO' blood groups. Study design: Cross-sectional, analytical study. Study period: From July 2016 to June 2017. Study population: Medical and dental students of Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka Medical College, and International Medical College of age group between 18- 20 years with known Rh (+ve) blood groups. Sampling technique: Convenient purposive sampling. Sample size: 200 subjects. Result: Mean±SD of Total Finger Ridge Count was highest in blood group B (154.46±15.87) and lowest in blood group AB (113.14±11.30). Conclusion: This study showed that the Total Finger Ridge Count was highest in blood group B and lowest in blood group AB.

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